A few days ago a friend (also a bereaved mom) was talking about this thing that tends to happen after you have a kid with cancer. You become the ‘go to’ person when any other child is diagnosed. It happens to me all the time. My friend asked, Why would some parent of a newly… Continue reading How can I help???
4/14/14 Today the roommates and I took a drive to eastern mass for a workshop and found ourselves with hours to spare upon our arrival. As we followed the GPS to our destination Ashley noticed a sprawling cemetery that surrounded us on either side of the road and suggested we take a walk through to kill… Continue reading A chance encounter
Several months ago I was asked to write a short piece for the Parent column for the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Hospice and Palliative Medicine. I jumped at the opportunity but I hadn’t been writing much and was actually in a pretty bad place at the time and for weeks I struggled with what to… Continue reading Published: American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Today was kind of a numb day. I have been keeping myself so busy lately but I realized today that I have not been doing any ‘real life’ normal things. Iv been running around doing a bunch of nothing. Going to places I don’t normally go. Buying things I don’t really need. Seeing people I… Continue reading Christmas lights through the fog